andBeyond Phinda Vlei Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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watched rick stein goes to india - apparently there's more to the series, so far food looks amazing, will have to check this out bkfst on board and landed at 9:13, taxied until 9:24, bussed to got thru immigration @10:15 ish. 17c outside. met by & beyond agent and escorted to next flight, sa express to richards bay. flight at 13:15 r.o. tambo …
... to a relieved couple sitting forlornly in the little van with their driver.
We quickly loaded their bags and them into the Toyota cabin and although it was all a bit of a squeeze turned to recross the river. While we had been waiting to make the first crossing the rain had restarted and the lightening flashes showed that it was now poring much heavier upstream and we did not want to get caught by a new torrent sweeping downstream. The passengers seemed a ...
... a shower, and change, a drink on the deck watching the sunset, the antelope, the birds. The noise the Hadeda make as they fly in to roost! There go the frogs. Here comes dinner, here is Twinkles. Everyone is tired, so early to bed, lie-in in the morning. Put Twinkles out. Grateful for his roast chicken, he brings us a fresh-caught rat, can’t understand why John won't let him in. Frogs all night, Jackals too.
Thursday September 18. A fine still morning, up early to watch ...
... we all manage to force down the delicious curry washed down with some excellent wine. John spends time bringing the banking kitty up to date, one or two tricky transactions, eventually all squared away. We have had a marvellous safari at ridiculous prices thanks to the exchange rate. It’s going to be sad farewelling Penny and Brad. We have a final lunch planned tomorrow, then we need to regroup for our last road trip to the Southern Drakensberg and the Sani Pass to Lesotho.
... who is interacting with whom, who is showing aggressive behaviour,
who is being groomed by who etc etc. If we are looking at a herd of elephants,
we are interested in knowing their reaction to non-wild elements (for example
us!), who is showing signs of protection for their herd. This information is
used to understand that the reserve has the right amount of animals for the
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